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Re: Play All button: Scripts vs. Stories

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Mark AbneyRe: Play All button: Scripts vs. Stories
by on Nov 10, 2007 at 2:23:36 am

[Tom] "I could possibly re-edit this to one video track, then re-run compressor as you suggested (and add the chapter markers in FCP, I assume). But tell me, why do you highly recommend this strategy?

Also, will the resulting muxed file be huge?"


I totally agree with Michael's strategy... everything on one track separated by chapter markers is the way to go.

But before you go all the way back to FCP... try dropping all your pre-encoded assets into a single track in DVDSP. (I am assuming they are all the same aspect?) It's kind of like editing a timeline in FCP.

Then add chapter markers and do a "Test Build"... just to make sure that DVDSP doesn't gack while muxing the track. If the build goes well, no need to go back and re-encode everything as one big chunk.

Keep in mind there is a limit of 99 chapter markers per track.... and 99 stories per track too.

good luck with your project.


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